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THE ISLANDER 

THOMPSON A CADEMY 

Boston, Mass. 

1961 



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The Weather Tower 




Foreword 



SEA BRIGHT 
The grey night sea has 
Passed and gone. The 
Brightest dawn has pushed 
Away the fears of ignorant 
Night. 

Let thy tides far carry 
Me to see the rising sun. 
I feel the ray of warmth, 
The horizon's bright and 
Clear. 

D. H. Brock 




GYIN 




THE NEW 



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The 
Alumni Gymnasium 



The Alumni Gymnasium, built with the gener- 
ous gifts of the Alumni, friends, and the Charles 
Hayden Foundation, is the first new building 
Thompson Academy has seen since the construc- 
tion of the three dormitories in 1941. 

It is a massive, white, wood structure with an 
arched roof held in place by 7 laminated wooden 
arches, each weighing in the vicinity of 6000 
pounds. The central part of the gym houses a regu- 
lation size basketball court, 3 storage rooms, and 
a drying room. On the upper floor there are two 
locker rooms, two shower rooms, an office, and 
the main lobby. On the left as one enters the lobby, 
there is a mahogany trophy case donated by the 
Massachusetts Bay Yacht Club Association. 

The entire building occupies an area of 18,000 
square feet and is the northernmost structure on 
the island. It was built by the William Bailey Com- 
pany and designed by architects Rich and Tucker. 



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Contents 



Dedication 



A dministration 



Seniors 



Underclassmen 



Activities 



Sports 



Advertisements 



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Dedication 




CLIFTON E. ALBEE 



We, the Class of 1961, wish to dedicate our Is- 
lander to the memory of Clifton E. Albee who gave 
the major part of his life to Thompson Academy and 
its students. 

Mr. Albee — teacher, bandleader, printer, store- 
keeper and great friend — leaves at the Academy an 
everlasting memory. 



Appreciation 




MAJOR FRANK L. WARREN 



To the Memory of Major Frank L. Warren who 
for more than thirty years gave of himself and his 
talent in the furtherance of music at Thompson 
Academy, our sincere appreciation. 



Trustees 



CALVIN PAGE BARTLETT 

President 



ALFRED C. MALM 
Vice President 



JOHN B. PIERCE, JR. 

Secretary 



BARTLETT HARWOOD, JR. 

Treasurer 



GEORGE LEWIS 

Asst. Sec. 



AUGUSTUS P. LORING 



The REV. SAMUEL TYLER 



ROBERT H. GARDINER 



HENRY LYMAN 



DONALD S. MACPHERSON 



EDWARD V. OSBERG 



E. FRANCIS BOWDITCH 



THOMAS TEMPLE POND 



ARTHUR G. MILLER, Ed.D. 



HOWLAND S. WARREN 



HAROLD W. EDWARDS 



LAWRENCE TERRY 



HOWARD M. COLPITTS 



JOHN Q. ADAMS 



MOSES WILLIAMS 



PETER FULLER 



GEORGE S. MUMFORD, JR. 



BEN AMES WILLIAMS, JR. 



MERTON P. ELLIS 



RAYMOND THOMAS 





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HOUGHTON DEAN PEARL, B.S., M.Ed., University of Vermont 



HEADMASTER'S MESSAGE 

Thompson Academy is on the very threshold of truly great and wonderful things. 
It is the sincere hope of the Trustees, Alumni, and the Staff that the envisioned Reno- 
vation and Development Programs, now on the drawing boards, will be in existence 
in time for our 150th Anniversary in 1964. Some of these projects are a complete 
face-lifting and modernization of the Main Building, refurnishing the boys Dormitories, 
creating a new Laundry, establishment of a first class Laboratory in the Power House, 
establishment of a first class wood working shop and Mechanical Drawing Room 
on the second floor of the Power House Building, building of four new Dormitories, 
building a modern and up-to-date Classroom unit which will contain the additional 
classrooms needed for expansion, a first class library, vitally needed Shop areas 
(automotive, metal, machine). Faculty living quarters, two more athletic fields, etc. 
On top of all of this, we must find added sources of revenue to maintain the program 
and strong efforts are being made by the Trustees to face up to this harsh reality. We 
have a forward looking program and are diligently working to implement it. 

It is all worthless, however, unless we have the boys who can inspire us to work 
with and for them. The Class of 1961 is such a Class and it is my pleasure to wish 
them God-Speed in their ventures out into the world. It has been real fun working 
with them and may they always think kindly of us. 

H.D. Pearl 



Faculty 






RAYMOND THOMAS 
Dean of Boys; Coach 
Came in '30 



BROR Y. KIHLSTROM 

Teaches Sloyd 
Came in '19 



CHARLENE F. UHERAULl' 
B.A., Univ. of Vermont 
Came in '60 






DAVID H. BROCK 
B.A., Univ. of Vermont 
English 
Came in '59 



JOHN L. MADDOX 
A.B., Rutgers Univ. 
History; Head Coach 
Came in '60 



JAMES CREELMAN 
B.A., Colby College 
Teaches Grade 8 
Came in '59 






RALPH M. LINDSEY 
A.B., M.Ed. 

Calvin Coolidge College 
Add. Study at Boston 
School of Mod. Lang. 
Supervisor of Inst. 
Social Studies 
Came in '57 



LAWRENCE E. MARK 
B.A., Gordon College 
Science and Math 
School Chaplain 
Came in '59 



STACY H. THOMPSON 
B.S., Byrant College 
Rhode Island College of 
Education 
Business Course 
Came in '57 



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Seniors 





Seniors 




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PETER R. ARTHUR "Pete" 

Business 
I. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 

HAROLD COHEN "Harry" 

Business 
Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; 
V. Basketball 3, Capt. 4. 



DANIEL P. DONOVAN "Danny" 

Business 
I. Basketball 2, 3, 4; Drill Team; Rifle Club. 

GREGORY FORD "Greg" 

Business 

I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 4; Football 
4; Band 1,2,3,4; Ad. Dept. 



R. CODMAN HANES, JR. "Coddy" 

College Preparatory 

Treasurer 3; Secretary 4; Football Mgr. 3, 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Jazz Band 2, 3, 4; Sea Scouts. 

HAROLD P. HANNA, JR. "Happy" 

College Preparatory 

Stu. Od. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Sec. 1, Treasurer 4; Foot- 
ball and I. Baskejball 1, 2, 3, 4; Band and 
Jazz, Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Sea Scouts; Newspaper 
Staff, Ad. Dept.; Literary Mag.; Salutatorian. 





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ROBERT HARRIS "Rebel" 

General 
Varsity Football 4; Varsity Basketball 4. 

CARLETON HILL "Carl" 

Arts 
V. Pres. 1, 2; Stu. Co. 2; Varsity Football 
1, 2, 4; Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 4; I. Basketball 
1, 2, 4. 




ROBERT MICHAEL ILDEFONSO 

"Ildy" 

College Preparatory 

Football 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Capt. 4, Treasurer 3. 
Transferred from Greer school in 4. 

EDWIN G. KING "Jerry" 

College Preparatory 

Vice President 3; Football 1, 2; I. Basketball 
1,2. 




GEORGE N. LETTENEY "Nick" 

College Preparatory 

V. Football 3, 4; I. Basketball 3, 4; Radio 
Club; Sea Scouts; Drill Team; Yearbook 
Photographer; Business Ed., Ad. Dept. 

LAWRENCE MATSON "Matty" 

General 

Pres. 1; Stu. Co. 3; V. Pres. 4; Band 1; Foot- 
ball 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, Capt. 3, 4; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. 





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JOHN MITCHELL "Mitch" 

General 

Varsity Football 3, 4; I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; DriUTeam. 

HAROLD SPINNEY "Spinney" 

Arts Coarse 
Varsity Football 3; I. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 





PHILIP STROTHER "Phil" 

Arts 

V. Football 1, 2, 4, Capt. 3; V. Basketball 1, 
2,3,4; V. Baseballl, 2, 3, 4. 

MICHAEL VEGLAS "Mike" 

College Preparatory 
I. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Sea Scouts 4; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council 4; Ad Department. 




THOMAS GEORGE PARKER "Beak" 

College Preparatory 
Secretary 2; President 3, 4; Varsity Football 
3; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; I. Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Yearbook Editor 4; Newspaper Editor 3; 
Literary Magazine 4; Ass't. Yrbk. Photog- 
rapher; Ad Department; Valedictorian. 



Not Pictured 
FRANK MERCIER 



Class History 



The year 1961 marks the first graduating class that has gone through the four 
year curriculum since the name Farm and Trades School was changed to Thompson 
Academy in 1956. As a class we feel proud to be this class and hope that our memory 
is perpetuated on through the classes to follow. 

As Freshmen we elected Larry Matson President, Carleton Hill Vice President, 
and Harold Hanna Secretary-Treasurer. 

As Sophomores we elected William Poulack President, Carleton Hill Vice Presi- 
dent, George Sayer Treasurer, and Thomas Parker Secretary. 

As Juniors we elected Thomas Parker President, Jerry King Vice President, and 
Robert Hanes Secretary-Treasurer. Harold Hanna and Larry Matson were chosen Stu- 
dent Council representatives. It was in this year that the Beatnik Dance, the Christmas 
Auction, and the Fall Hayride were sponsored by the Junior class. The class also made 
a substantial contribution toward the purchase of the score clock in the Alumni Gym- 
nasium. Members of the class participated in all events and were active in Varsity ath- 
letics. 

As Seniors we elected Thomas Parker President, Larry Matson Vice President, 
Harold Hanna Treasurer, and Robert Hanes Secretary. Harold Hanna was chosen 
Student Council President and Michael Veglas was the senior Student Council repre- 
sentative. The class sponsored the Columbus Day Auction, the Senior Class Auction, 
and the Senior Prom. The class achieved a very high academic standing, participated 
in Varsity athletics, and was active in non-athletic activities. 

Baccalaureate services were held on June 4 and Graduation exercises were held on 
June 10. Thomas Parker was Valedictorian and Harold Hanna was Salutatorian. 

Respectfully submitted, 
R. Goodman Hanes, Secretary 
Class of 1961 



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FIRST ROW: R. Dodge, G. Hubacheck, R. Bates, J. Gorman, F. Coutu, W. O'Steen. SECOND ROW: 
J. Boudreau, G. Mader, G. Schaefer, D. Hart, M. Lindsey, R. King, C. Tasha, T. Stokes. THIRD ROW: 
T. Stuart, R. Patterson, J. Falcone, E. McGonagle, J. Spencer, J. Thorp, E. Woods. Not shown, D. 
Mitchell. 



Sophomores 




FIRST ROW: R. Poulack, R. Snell, L. Bella, J. ThornhiU, P. Walker, J. Ripley, W. Kooiman, G. 
Antonio. SECOND ROW: R. Milton, N. Brazel, W. Frazier, R. Benotti, D. Hurd, P. Leigh-Manuel, R. 
Hansen, H. Wright. THIRD ROW: B. Woods, J. Smith, P. Gaucher, J. Wharton, W. English, R. Ful- 
ler, R. Marston, E. Smith, W. Litchfield, D. LeBlang. 



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Freshmen 




FIRST ROW: K. Kielps, S. Govey, R. Morgera, R. Laubinger, M. Trentham, S. Wood, T. Harbinson. 
SECOND ROW: P. Colman, J. Connolly, R. Allen, K. Shaw, T. Tuttle, R. Craig, R. Verbeck. THIRD 
ROW: D. Deeks, C. Bryson, R. Covert, W. Maddox, R. Wagner, R. Follett, R. Hill. 









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FIRST ROW: A. Brazel, R. Snell, W. Kooiman, R. Dewar, D. Mitchell, R. Davis, M. Trentham. SECOND ROW: 
G. Mader, H. Hanna, J. Thorp, J. Falcone, J. Mitchell, G. Ford, C. Hanes. THIRD ROW: P. Coleman, R. Bates, M. 
Veglas, N. Brazel, R. Verbeck, B. Woods, R. Milton. 



Sea Scout 




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Islander 




SEATED: G. Letteney; Business Editor, Thomas Parker; Editor Harold Hanr.a. STANDING: E. 
King, David Brock; Advisor, R. Hanes. 



Drill Team 




FRONT: D. Kurd, J. Gorman, R. AUen. 

REAR: L. Bella, E. Woods, G. Letteney, R. Wharton, R. Follett. 



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The 1960 Football season was one which will 
probably be talked about at Thompson for years 
to come. Starting off with Coach Jack L. Maddox 
and an entirely new set of .plays the Commodores 
sparked for their first undefeated season in more 
than five years. 

With the arrival of fullback, Phil Strother, and 
Halfback, Robert Ildefonso, the backfield gained 
strength and speed unmatched by any team on the 
schedule. Strother, who was famous for his long 
touchdown runs and strong defensive tackling, was 
named "All Schoolboy" in the Boston district by 



the Boston Herald. Bob Ildefonso with his strong 
end runs characterized the Thompson team and their 
chiefly ground offense. Ends, Cohen and Woods, did 
not see too much passing action, but both scored 
on a few aerial attacks called by quarterback, Ralph 
Patterson. With the loss of Matson, Cohen, Strother, 
Ildefonso, Hanna, and Mitchell from the first team. 
Coach Maddox will have a big rebuilding job on his 
hands in 1961. He will be working with some vet- 
eran starters and a well-polished second team and 
is confident though that next year's team will be 
as good as the '60 squad. 





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FIRST ROW: Coach Thomas, W. Maddox, R. Allen, J. Smith, G. Hubacheck, J. Boudreau, L. Bella, G. Mader, G. 
Schaefer, N. Brazel, R. Milton. SECOND ROW: Ass't. Coach Brock, R. Mobgera, R. Craig, R. Dodge, R. Snell, R. 
Bates, R. Poulack, K. Shaw, W. O'Steen, W. Frazier, J. Connolly. THIRD ROW: R. Mottau, D. Decks, G. Cutler, R. 
Davis, A. Brazel, M. Mayo. 



1960 jy. Football 



The Junior Commodores pushed forth to vic- 
tory with five wins and one tie in the Varsity's 
shadow. The Middlesex and Roxbury Latin games 
at the beginning of the season had many thrills 
and tense moments as the boys began to warm 
up and show teamwork. Rivers couldn't score 
against our line and went home tired and score- 



less. Governor Dummer put up a hard fight, 
keeping the air tense until the end but they 
couldn't close the gap. The second Roxbury 
Latin game indicated very well what a season's 
experience and practice could do for the JV's, 
crowning our season 20 to 6. 







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Left to right: J. Bourdeau, R. Ildefonso, T. Stokes, L. Mat- 
son, R. Patterson, H. Cohen, C. Hill, E. Woods, R. Harris, 
T. Stuart, P. Strother. 




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1961 Varsity Basketball 



The 1961 Varsity Basketball squad, sparked by veteran 
forward Ralph Patterson, held its own in a tough 16 game 
schedule. CaDtain, Harry Cohen led his team to a 10 and 
6 season and was ttie big man under the boards. Ildefon- 
so and Strother, the two starting guards, both did a great 
job and while Strother wasn't actually a high scorer his 
help defensively was an invaluable asset to the team. Mat- 
son also was not a high scorer but held his own under 
the boards against taller opponents. 

Starting off the season with the annual alumni game, 
gave the Thompson spectators a glimpse of the scoring 
capability of the Varsity Commodores. South Boston 
Boys' Club, the first real game of the year, gave the 



Varsity a taste of speed and also a taste of losing. This 
game was quickly followed by one with Quincy and then 
the annual match with Christian. The Christians surged 
ahead in the last quarter to make victory theirs. Thomp- 
son trounced St. Andrews and Cambridge, before losing 
to New Prep. Hatch, Thayer, and Cambridge School were 
easy victories for the Commodores, before they hit up 
against some real competition in archrival Christian. 
Christian won again, this time by almost fifteen points. 
A loss to New Prep, a victory at St. Andrews, a loss to 
Thayer, and two victories at Rivers and Hatch ended 
the official season with a second Alumni game scheduled. 



Scores 



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S. Boston 

Quincy 

Christian 

St. Andrews 

Cambridge 

New Prep 

Hatch 

Thayer 

Weston 

Christian 

New Prep 

St. Andrews 

Thayer 

Rivers 

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FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Ramsey, J. Thornhill, B. Woods, R. Milton, D. Mitchell, Mgr. SECOND ROW: P. Gaucher, W. Maddox, R. 
Marston, R. Richardson, R. Benotti. Missing: S. Wood, W. Frazier. 



1961 J.V. Basketball 



The J.V., the first year an actual squad, as such, was organized, did remarkably 
well against some tough opponents. Starting center, Bob Marston certainly did an 
excellent job under the boards, beside being a crack shot from either corner. An added 
asset to the squad was tall man, Billy Maddox, who got his share of rebounds and 
jumps. A starting team, other than the two mentioned would be difficult to name. Craig, 
Gaucher, Richardson and Bernie Woods, could usually be found in the first lineup. 



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1960 Varsity Baseball 



KNEELING: L. Matson, P. Harris, T. Stone, R. Trumbull, J. Beeman. STANDING: J. 
Cristoferi, T. Parker, H. Cohen, F. Besecker, R. Patterson, F. Antinerella, Coach Ray- 
mond Thomas. 



1960 Basehall 



1960 J.V. Baseball 



KNEELING: R. Dodge, G. Hubacheck, H. Morse, D. Kurd, W. Frazier, J. Boudreau. 
STANDING: B. O'Steen, G. Mader, G. Schaefer, R. Marston, E. Woods, R. Murdock, 
Coach L. Mark. 



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